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Veterans Must Sell 2014 Ram 3500 Tradesman 4x4 Diesel Crew Cab ~5700 Miles on 2040-cars

US $44,955.00
Year:2014 Mileage:5687
Location:

Williston, North Dakota, United States

Williston, North Dakota, United States

We purchased this Truck to put Veterans to work in the Bakken Oil Fields.  We discovered that line of business was not as viable due to new regulatory rules.  We regrouped and decided to focus on our core business - placing Veterans at work in the Bakken Oil Fields.  We quickly came to the conclusion we no longer need this 1 ton Truck to haul a gooseneck trailer.   

Which is a real shame as this Truck is fun to drive!  It has amazing power and passes every other truck going up the steep hills on either side of the Missouri River at T. Roosevelt National Park.   

We have owned a F350 with the 7.3L engine and loved it.  But I have to admit this Cummins is better. 

We have only driven this truck ~5,700 miles* 

It is virtually new.

You simply cannot go wrong with this truck as it has the Dodge-Ram factory extended warranty for 100,000 miles.  To get this $57,000 MSRP truck for less than $45,000 is the bargain of the year.


WHY BUYING THIS TRUCK MATTERS:

We are selling this to fund our primary mission:  Put 5,000 Veterans to work in the next 5 years.  By purchasing this YOU will get an amazing deal AND will help us help thousands of Veterans who want to work.

1. You will win because you purchased an amazing vehicle at a steep discount to MSRP 
(with all options and additions MSRP was ~ $57,000 at time of purchase)

2. The thousands of Veterans we will help work in The Bakken will win.   

The funds we gain from selling this fine Truck will help us with expenses like advertising, software, improving our website, etc.  Your purchase of this Truck will directly help us help them.  

It will help us put Vietnam-era Marines like R.D. to work so he can retire with peace of mind.  

It will help us make sure Airman E.B.'s family has a "better Christmas than last year" because he could not afford a tree - much less presents or more than Mac'N-Cheese for dinner.  

Veteran unemployment is 46% higher than the rest of the population and the ONLY place that seems to be 'working' is America's energy sector.  

This is a true Win-Win situation.

Thank you for looking.  Thank you for helping us help America's finest.

Beth S.
proud Mother of a Marine; a Marine NROTC scholarship winner; an Army Nurse ROTC Corps applicant; daughter of a Korean Army Sgt.; Niece of an Air Force Command Chief Master Sgt.; Daughter-in-law to  one of the 1st KIA in Vietnam (panel 1E, line 47); wife of a disabled Marine.

*We will continue to drive it until sold so the actual odometer reading will vary.  However, we are only using it go in/out of Williston and occasionally to Watford City.  And it will not be driven at all this week since I am home in MT for a week with my Family.

# Note:  our vinyl graphics will come off and leave no residue.  We'd love it if you drove it around your home town and advertised for us  but we suspect you'd rather
have it sans graphics.  We recommend taking it to your local signage or auto detail shop and they can remove them easily.

* This is for sale locally.  We reserve the right to end this auction if someone purchases it locally for the buy-it-now price.  

Ram 3500 for Sale

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2014 Ram ProMaster 2500

Tue, 01 Oct 2013

Front-wheel drive is what sets the all-new Ram ProMaster full-size commercial van apart from its competition. In a segment still choked with thirsty, rear-wheel-drive, ladder frame, pickup truck-based cargo vans, the American automaker is introducing something entirely new - well, new to our domestic market, as Europeans will recognize Ram's fresh entrant as a made-for-USA Fiat Ducato.
While the big ProMaster doesn't have a traditional body-on-frame chassis, it isn't a pure unibody either. Consider it a hybrid of both, with a unibody cab up front and a reinforced high-strength steel subframe in the rear. The platform employs double A-arms and MacPherson struts on the front axle, while the rear uses a simple tubular beam axle. Tires are 225/75R16 at all four corners. The steering is hydraulic rack-and-pinion (allowing an impressive 36-foot turning radius) and there are disc brakes with two-piston calipers all around. It is a solid, if unsophisticated, setup.
This game-changing van, which has already arrived in showrooms with a starting price of $28,630, is propelled by either a gasoline-powered 3.6-liter Pentastar six-cylinder (280 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque) or a new turbocharged 3.0-liter four-cylinder diesel (174 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque). Ram will offer a traditional six-speed automatic or a new six-speed automated single-clutch manual transmission that drops the hydraulic linkage to improve fuel economy - details are still emerging on this unique gearbox.

Chrysler's Woodward Dream Cruise festivities include Ram concept truck debut

Tue, 13 Aug 2013

The streets will be crowded next weekend along Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak, Michigan for the 19th Annual Woodward Dream Cruise. As part of the run-up to the festivities, Chrysler has announced that all of its brands - Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Fiat, SRT and Mopar - will bring along their latest vehicles. Also included will be a collection of classic American cars and various activities for attendees at the official Chrysler location on the corner of Woodward and 13 Mile Road.
Special to this year, Ram brand director Bob Hegbloom and head of design John Dehner will unveil a Ram concept truck on Saturday. Chrysler will also bring Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs fame along to show off a few custom Chrysler-made vehicles of his own. Fans of the brand on Facebook will get the chance to virtually customize a vehicle from the automaker's portfolio, with the winner getting their dream car built for them by Chrysler. Pretty cool stuff, no?
As in past years, Ford and General Motors will have an official presence at the event as well, and you can expect to see plenty of cars of all makes and models from all parts of the globe. The madness starts this Friday, August 16, from 4:30 PM to 10 PM, with the main event taking place on Saturday, from 9 AM to 9 PM. For more details on the show, including events and their times, check out the press release below.

Ram thinks EcoDiesel will lure small-pickup buyers into fullsize 1500

Thu, 21 Nov 2013

One of the more curious developments at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week was the return of the Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck. General Motors ended production of the Colorado and its cousin, the GMC Canyon, early last year. At the time, the decision seemed to be the final curtain for small and midsize domestic pickups, as it followed Ford's decision to kill the Ranger and Chrysler's decision to end production of the Dodge Dakota.
Bigland argues the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel is essentially competing for the same buyers as the Colorado.
Does Chevy's revival of the Colorado mean a new dawn for the segment overall? Yes and no. The Colorado's reinvention essentially provides a peek at how automakers tackle the same problem in two different ways. GM's approach is to create a new midsize pickup. Chrysler's approach, on the other hand, would seem to focus more on the prospective buyer than the product itself.